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August Update: Nature Programs &Etc in Cambridge

Nothing better than a pair of homemade wings!

Nothing better than a pair of homemade wings!

(Updated from the July/August events post).

Cambridge Outdoors

Saturday

AUGUST 10

Dave Brown Wildlife Walk

1-3 p.m. Join Tracker-naturalist David Brown, who conducted a pair of wildlife surveys in the park a decade ago,on a wildlife walk on the North trail of the Alewife Reservation.  No Cost, All Ages welcome.

Getting Ready to Honk!

3–5 p.m. Join Ranger Jean Rogers and Julie Croston at Fresh Pond Reservation to make dragonfly (Wandering Glider) and damselfly (Blue Fronted Dancer) wings, or an algae hand-puppet, to wear in the Fresh Pond Creatures Contingent at the Honk! Parade on October 13th. For families with ages 5-11; rain or shine. Meet at Fresh Pond Reservation Ranger Station. Offered by Friends of Fresh Pond Reservation and Tobin Friends of Fresh Pond.

Monday

AUGUST 12

Cambridge Residents: Appeal to City Council for Silver Maple Forest funds

6 p.m.  Join Friends of Alewife Reservation’s Quinton Zondervan at Cambridge City Hall, Sullivan…

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